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tires. you can't run as many laps as burton and mcmurray and allmendinger have run and hold off those with fresh tires. >> when they go down to turn one it's all bets off on this start. carl edwards last year clearly close to having a victory. he has a chance to redeem himself here. i'm a big race fan and it doesn't get better than this. short track racing on saturday night. a nascar sprint cup win hangs in the balance. >> and they have a full moon even if they there are clouds muddying the picture. juan pablo montoya said after kansas last week, we're fast. we just have to eliminate mistakes. you thought that was a guy being optimistic. but they have been fast and eliminated mistakes and was that close to victory. >> he and jamie mcmurray have been strong this year. they decided to roll the dice and start on the outside of front row. but i have been impressed with the chip ganassi team. it looked like if not for a crash by brian vickers they had it worked out. >> of the drivers in the top seven only carl edwards has won this year. some of the streaks and how long it's been for guys,
burton, as an adult. for the murder of quinn boyer. cameras were not allowed in the proceeding at the alameda county courthouse. on april 2, shots rang out in the oakland hills neighborhood off of keller avenue. prosecutors say, burton, along with 5 other teens now in custody, were attempting to carjack boyer. and when he refused to give up his car, police say, burton was the main gunman. boyer died a few days later at the hospital. >> tonight bart police releasing a sketch of the suspect believed to be behind the shooting death of a man at a richmond station. the shooter was described as being in his early-mid 20's, about six feet tall with a slender build, medium to dark complexion. bart police also released woman who arrived at the station with the suspect, walked away right before the shooting, but then returned after the victim was shot and took off with the suspect. she is described as about 5 feet 6 inches with a slender build, medium to dark complexion, with long hair. trash is piling up again. in the east bay. thousands of people did not get their garbage collected tod
. here at the alameda county courthouse, 16 year old christian burton didn't say anything as a judge announced his name and that he was being charged as an adult for the murder of prosecutors are now revealing new informaiton in this case. saying that boyer a santa clara paramedica had pulled over here on keller avenue on april 2 and all of a sudden he was approached by burton and five otehrs in a car. prosecutors say they tried to take his car, in a carjacking, but boyer refused and then burton shot him. paramedic boyer tried to get away and stepped on the gas pedal but drove his car down an embankment. at the hospital. in a statement released by the alameda county da's office, da nancy o'malley said quote "mr. boyer, a paramedic, dedicated his life to helping others. his brazen daytime killing at the hands of a 16 year old armed with a gun is a tragedy on many levels." late thursday, police 13 year old, that makes 6 teens in total from 14 to 16 in this case. cameras were not allowed in court. burton didn't enter a plea. he is back in court friday for his arraignment. >> jacqueline:
paramedic. that news came as 16-year-old christian burton appeared in court. he is being tried as an adult. police say burton was the gunman during an attempted carjacking two weeks ago. burton faces special circumstances that make him eligible for the death penalty. >>> concord police are trying to track down three men who they say robbed a macy's store. three men went to the jewel counter. they smashed the jewelry cases with a hammer that they ended up leeing behind. police say one of the men had a gun, but didn't fire it. no one was hurt. their get away car was found abandoned. >>> today marks the 107th anniversary of san francisco's 1906 earthquake. sirens blared this morning at the exact moment of the great quake. 5:11 a.m. this year the ceremony was moved to union square after police found a suspicious bag near the fountain. the police chief later carried out the tradition of laying a wreath at the noun tan. mr. lackman: ed lee -- >>> mayor lee signed a mandatory seismic retro fit law. a garage or open space below. >> some 58,000 people live in them. they contain 7000 workers and th
was shot during a carjacking attempt after dropping off his father. burton is being tried as an adult. burton's mother also in court today claims her son has been set up by five younger teens who are facing lesser charges in connection with that homicide. >>> alameda sheriff's deputy hit two pedestrians with his patrol car. he was driving when he hit a man and a woman crossing the street. investigators have not said whether the pedestrians were in a crosswalk. mission boulevard was closed for several hours while crews gathered evidence. after the deputy hit the couple, he swerved and crash nod a parked car. the woman who survived was intoxicated and had narcotics on her. she'll face drug charges once show's released from the hospital >>> tonight a boy scout who brought national attention to gays -- boy scouts of america is considering dropping the ban on gay scouts. boy scout ryan anderson brought attention to that ban last year when he was denied his eagle scout rank because he admitted to being openly gay. ryan's father says he's encouraged by the news, but the fight is not over. >>
burton reports the team is quite an inspiration to fellow runner and spectators alike. >> reporter: these are the real heroes of the boston marathon. they're called the freedom team. wounded warriors who will be hand cycling the 26.2 miles. >> it's one of the oldest marathons. >> it's a privilege to be here to do that. >> just to be able to do the marathon is a dream come true. >> reporter: jake murphy is from wellesley. he's so happy to be home. in july 2011 his entire life changed while on patrol in afghanistan. >> the ied went off, took both my legs and consequently was also in a comb ha for about six weeks -- coma for about six weeks so i suffer add traumatic brain injury also. >> reporter: but today he's doing better and proud not only to serve his country but take part in the boston marathon. >> after years of walking down the street and watching them go through wellesley this is my first. >> reporter: he was greeted by local authorities. >> welcome is absolutely amazing. i've been to a lot of cities and this is probably the first city you get off the plane and firefighters a
-old christian burton did not say anything to. prosecutors are now revealing details from this case. bertin and a car with five other teenagers approach tam burden and the others tried to steal borders car. stepping on the gas pedal to get away from the team's. that makes five between 13 and 15 years of age. in oakland kron 4 news >> this just in to the kron 4 newsroom. the fbi says lab tests have senator. also a judge. you kids should count yourselves lucky. we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't just pause a show in one room, then... where was i... you couldn't pause a show in one room then start playing it in another. and...i'm talking to myself... [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> reporter: hear you can see a hammer that the thieves dropped on the way out the door. the three men broke into a macy's department store. here's one pair earings that at left behind. one was armed with a gun and shot the counter of the jury store. this crime h
. christian burton is supposed to enter a plea for killing quinn boyer. the paramedic was shot in the head while driving through the oakland hills earlier this month. investigators say burton pulled the trigger but five other teens one as young as 13 were all involved in the crime. burton is charged as an adult. >>> gunfire heard in oakland last night is no reason for alarm. just part of a test. [ gunshots ] >> the oakland police department is testing shotspotter technology used to detect gunfire and pinpoint the location. >> now with this technology we can actually tell exactly where a person got shot within five meters of the gunshots going off. additionally, with these alerts, we are going to be getting these actual gunshot alerts within 45 seconds where viewed by shotspotter and pushed out to the police cars where they get a map of the location, the number of shots, listen to the gunshots as they respond for tactical purposes. >> the technology also alerts police to shootings when no one calls 911. >>> you can check out one of san francisco's landmark buildings from a new point of view
of the suspect christian burton was in court. he is being tried as an salt. burton shot boyer while trying to carjack him in the oakland hills back on april 2nd. burton will not face the death penalty because he is a juvenile. also a 13-year-old boy has now been charged in the crime and now the total number of suspects is up to six. >>> a seismic retrofit law is going into effect in san francisco. mayor ed lee signed the bill yesterday on the anniversary of the 1906 earthquake and fire. it targets about 3,000 soft story builds that may collapse in a strong earthquake. they are three stories or taller with five or more units and a garage or open space below. >> some 58,000 people live in those. they are buildings that contain 7,000 workers and thousands of small businesses. >> the city estimates that the seismic retrofitting could cost property owners $60,000 to $130,000. the landlords will be able to pass the cost on to the tenants and notices about the law will start going out this fall. >>> time now 5:17. let's get everybody out the door this morning. sal, you are keeping an eye on oakla
-year-old christian burton was in court. no cameras were allowed but he is being tried as an adult. prosecutors say burton shot boyer while trying to carjack him in the oakland hills earlier this month. burton will not face the death penalty because of his age. also a 13-year-old boy has been charged in that shooting. so now the total number of suspects is up to six. >>> this fall notices will be going out to certain property owners in san francisco because of a new sizic retrofit law. san francisco mayor ed lee signed the bill yesterday on the anniversary of the 1906 earthquake and fire. it targets about 3,000 soft story buildings that could collapse in a strong earthquake. soft story buildings are those that are three stories or taller with five or more units with a garage and open space beneath. >> some 58,000 people live in them. they are buildings that contain 7,000 workers and thousands of small businesses. the city says it will cost those property owners between $60,000 to $130,000. the city and banks are working on low cost loans to help the homeowners. landlords may be abl
lance burton. i will read this, i am happy that you have chosen to share your budget plans. this is a community that needs more than just jobs, we are advancing the momentum towards careers. the industrial age has passed. the waterfront that sustained our community in the 40s and 50s is gone. construction is merely a hopeful opportunity. in this building we are preparing competent and reliable and productive citizens to run their own businesses and skills and launch their creative talents on to the global stage. our mission is to build on our innate work ethic. we see the work-based knowledge and opportunities that are here. but we refuse to allow our southeast community to be left behind from opportunities and wealth in san francisco now. we recognize that environmental complications have impacted the maturation of some of our young people development. we will not let uninformed futility curve our aspirations to regaining our position as a complete and thriving community. here at the southeast community facility thanks in parts to a b-top grant administered through the cit
. causing irreparable harm to the environment. this weekend obama's superpack adviser bill burton launched a campaign urging rejection of the pipeline. >> it's time to connect the dots about the keystone excel pipeline. oil spills, it's not if, it's when. it's happened before and now again. keystone excel doesn't go to the u.s., it goes through the u.s. sending oil to places like china and venezuela. putting us at risk while big oil gets the rewards. connect the dots, it's a pretty ugly picture. keystone xl, all risk, no reward. >> it's unclear whether president obama himself sees the pipeline as all risk, no reward. last week at a dinner with high-dollar donors in california. the president appeared to be leaning towards approval. calling the politics of the environment tough. with democratic donors breathing down his back. environmental activists organizing around the country and congress urging approval and two-thirds of americans in favor of the pipeline, the president has a point, politics are tough. but now might be the moment to combat climate change. earlier this year, "time" magazi
on the board of directors. the members of the planning committee are b.j. jones, lamont bishop, lance burton, trevor honeycut, melvyn phillips, eldoris cameron, dr. fanny preston wylie and peter fits simmons. the members of the committee -- let's give them all a round of applause for their hard work. (applause) >> i particularly wanted to do that at the front end of the day's program because we always get to the back end when we're rushing and rush out and don't have an opportunity to acknowledge the people who really have done the hard work. as i mentioned, the society is a membership based institution that derives most of our operating revenue from membership dues f. you're not a member of the society, please join us or renew your membership today. i should note that anyone who joins or renews a membership today will receive a free autographed copy of our keynote speaker's new book, the title of which is martin's dream: my journey and the legacy of martin luther king, jr. we have a terrific program planned for you today. of course, the heart of the program will be our speaker, will be the
'm reminded that hall burton is a town in canada. the ruined jobs in toronto more cabs only makes it easier to get a cab where it is already easy to get a cab. you are on the very cusp of a new era of opportunity corruption. you have found a way to exclude the people and the cops. you operate in an authority vacuum with an enforcement vacuum and a dispatch service vacuum. the cops should just be issuing tickets for non-compliance. without a license to pickup spontaneously -- the pirates always appear one generation before the destroyers. you are playing the game so badly you are just like the u.s. military in iraq you are teaching people it's a mistake to play by the rules. i really don't mean this sarcasm. in a business where things are out of grope group's control the question is where is the adult supervision? >> good afternoon. sir. my name is -- and i'm driving cab since last 8 years sir driving cab is really really very hard although we make money i know that you guys know that but it's very very hard you know. on the road 24 hours 7 days a week it's really hard and we are jus
of hadiya pendleton. and on capitol hill. >> victoria soto, age 27. >> william leroy burton jr. >> a vigil reading the names of victims of gun violence. later this morning we will see if a threatened filibuster will stop or slow down a vote on the gun bill. a more likely deal struck by joe manchin and republican pat toomey would expand background checks on gun shows and online sales. it includes easing restrictions on interstate gun sales. >> you can pass all the laws that you want and the criminal element is going to sit back and smile. >> background checks include broad polls and in washington it's still in limbo. more action on the national mall this time on gun control. we have shooting victims later this morning who are laying to lay out a memorial to people who have been killed in gun violence. their aim here is to get lawmakers not just about voting on these issues but to really feel the impact. tracie potts, thank you in washington, d.c. vice president joe biden will discuss gun control and gun safety as well. connecticut's new gun control laws are apparently to blame for one gun m
believe he jumped a median and took out this tree. burton and five others have chad with multiple felonies. youngest arrested yesterday is only 13 years old. abc 7 news will not identify the other five teens because they're not being charged as adults. there are special circumstances because of the use of a firearm, the crime is enhanced meaning he can face a sentence of live if convicted. coming up at 6:00 what tools investigator use to help identify their suspects. >> thank you. >> developing news now a drive by shooting in oak lpd left buildings pock marked by bullets. nobody was injured. police say a car pulled up to another vehicle parked outside of the school and then, someone started shootine bk win. a window -- woman ran into the skoo. police looking at video from crime cameras hoping that that contains clues as to who was involved. >> meantime, concord police need help catching bad guy unsthtig eed off a smash andab s the store before closing time the men held agun an smashed display case was a hammer, they escaped in a stolen toyota. >> amazing. customers were still in the store.
reporter paul burton. >> reporter: 50 yards from the explosion, saw both of them go off. there was smoke and glass everywhere. we did not know what it was at first. we thought it sounded like a cannon going off. we thought that was very strange because we had never heard canons go off at any time during this race. so we didn't know what to do. we kept on running. when the second explosion happened we were stopped in our tracks. that's when everyone started running in the opposite direction towards us. we were literally about 50 yards from the finish line trying to finish the race and we saw it all unfold. i watched how the smoke and the glass came across the street. my mother and my wife were in the grandstand watching this. they were about 15 feet from the explosion. it was terrifying. and obviously there were a lot of injuries in this. >> reporter: now, the runners still on the course were diverted to boston common. organizers say that about 4,500 of them were within two miles of the finish line. back to you. >> all right, thank you very much, kai. now the investigation into the bombin
the games. in rugby, sam moore burton has been named captain of the british tour of australia. to the surprise of many people there was no place for the current capt. in the squad. of the hero ofce the 2003 rugby world cup. there he is. right, let's see what aaron has for us. spain eurozone, between on the front line in terms of the eurozone battle, the recession will simply not go away, it could mean more spending added to the millions already struggling. hello, there. one of the eurozone's most troubled economies had a bad start to the year. the spanish economy shrank by half of 1% in the first three months of the year, making it the seventh straight month of contraction. in fact, the spanish economy shrank by 1.9% last year. this came as the government forecast for the coming year came to 1.3%. meaning basically that the recession is going to continue for all of this year around that figure. also figures out of the european union last week, i am sure that you remember this, of whopping 27% of the spanish population out of work, meaning 6.2 million people who simply cannot f
. a couple of veterans share a rookie like experience. just burton behind mark martin. martin slowing down to avoid a wreck and never warned jeff and burton not happy about the lack of communication. bum i texted you about it jeff. kyle busch holds martin truex, jr.. bay area bomber boxer that is sports as we see this saturday night, giants lose and a's win, but i am really anxious for tomorrow's final round at the matters. >> people calling in? >> isn't that crazy, what other people call in and say he cheated. >> only had golf. thank you fred. >>> breaking news out of fremont where apamfrack train derailed. jade hernandez has latest for us. >> well, ken, parts of that train of the derailment son overpass about a quarter of mile from where we're standing. it's in the dark and it's hard to see, but we know from amtrak officials this happened about two hours ago. around:00 and amtrak's coast starlight, a two-engine train heading to vancouver from l.a. had the lead wheels and lead engine lose contact with the track two miles north of fremont. we have been toll this train was going slow, le
finished but others were still on the course. >> the runners included wbz reporter paul burton, wbz our sister station in boston. here is his account of what happened. >> reporter: 50 yards from the explosion saw both of them go off. smoke and glass everywhere. we did not know what it was at first. we thought it sounded like a canon going off. we thought it was strange because we never heard cannons go off at any time during this race. so, we didn't know what to do. we kept on running. then when the second explosion happened we were stopped dead in our tracks. that's when everyone started running in the opposite direction toward us. we are 50 yards from the finish line trying to finish the race and we saw it all unfold. i watched how the smoke and the glass came across boylston street. my mother and my wife were in the grandstands watching this, they were about 15 feet from the explosion. it was terrifying. obviously there were a lot of injuries in this. >> reporter: the runners on the course were diverted to the boston common. organizers say 4500 of them were within two miles of the f
department we have also on the line one of our reporters withbz in boston. >> scott, it's paul burton here. i was actually running the boston marathon, finishing the race with a bunch of kids, about five of us. 50 yards from the explosion saw both of them go off. there was smoke and glass everywhere. and we did not know what it was at first. we thought -- it sounded like a cannon going off and we thought that was strange because we'd never heard cannons go off at any time during this race so we didn't know what to do. we kept on running and then when the second explosion happened we were stopped dead in our tracks and that's when everyone started running in the opposition direction towards us. we were literally about 50 yards from this finish line trying to finish this race and we saw it all unfold. i watched how the smoke and glass came across boylston street. my mother and my wife were in the grand stands watching this. they were about 15 feet from the explosion. it was terrifying and obviously there were a lot of injuries in this and my heart goes out to the people who are injured and that
finished 19th. and jeff burton crashed on the back straightaway and still came home with a top 25 finish. >> chris: danica patrick wound
jacking. police identified christian burton as the shooter, he was charged as an adult and could face life in prison. >> w bak news out of oakland, sky 7 hd over the scene of a drive byoting in front of castlemont high school that happenedt 2:30 today. pulled up and opened fire. you can see the back window of the parked car shot out, a woman and a child in that car ran inside of the school. it's not clear if they're inside of the car when hit. police say no one was injured in the shooting. >> uc berkeley named its new police chief. marco bennett has been a captain with the uc police department more than 35 years. her law enforcement experience ranges from community policing work to investigating major crimes at the federal level. bennett plans to work with the students, faculty and staff to try to build relationships across campus. >> corporate earnings a disappointment today and twitter has a new music feature. >> microsoft reporting third quarter earnings today exyeeting estimates the company able to control cost amid weak demand for windows 8 personal computer s reporting revenue of inc
. christian burton approached paramedic quinn boyer in the oakland hills with the intention of carjacking him. boyer was shot as he tried to drive off. ultimately he plunged his car into a ravine. he died two days later at a nearby hospital. investigators have arrested six teenagers in total, all ranging in ages from 16 to 13 years old. the d.a. has not said whether prosecutors will fight to have the rest of the teens tried as adults as well. >>> a war of words continues tonight between the saratoga school district and the family of audrie pott. she committed suicide after she was allegedly sexually assaulted by classmates at an off-campus party and bullied at school when photos of the attack were shared with other students. yesterday the district refuted many of the claims by the family. tonight the family lawyer is fighting back. damian trujillo is live at juvenile hall where three suspects may be tried as adults. >> reporter: well, sources tell me that the three teenagers are still behind me right now here at juvenile hall. in the coming days a judge can either release them on house arrest
teens because they're not being charged as adults. christian burton is expected to enter a plea tomorrow, police tell me the investigation is still open but believe they have those responsible. nick smith abc 7 news. >> nick, thank you. the annual c grt san francisco earthquake of 1906 was disrupted today by a security scare, someone spotted a sus spishus package at market and o farrell veets. of course after what happened in boston everyone a little bit extra cautious. the celebration moved to union square and once security was resolved it moved to church and 20th. near dolores park for spray painting of a fire hydrant. and for the first time this year, no survivor as tended left.y thre >> so are you ready for the next big one? red cross took advantage of the earthquake anniversary to remind people to prepare. officials say the city and county are reap prepared but the rest of us likely have work to do. >> loma prieta. 1989. september 11th. boston bombings. horrifying events. silver linings are lessons for the rest of us. san francisco department of emergency management created nearly 2
burton" disparo contra el paramedico "quinn boyer" en las colinas de oakland. ---segun las autoridades, el sospechoso junto a otros 5 adolescentes entre los 13 a 15 aÑos trataban de robar el coche de la victima. ---boyer, intento huir pero su auto cayo a un barranco, el paramedico murio 2 dias despues en el hospital. ---el resto de sospechosos enfrentan varios cargos criminales en una corte juvenil. blanca ---a un antiguo problema, se le estan buscando nuevas soluciones. ---la prostitucion en oakland... pitch - cesar ---esta noche se efectua un taller comunitario para educar a la gente de la fruitvale sobre este problema, take 2 box y pilar nino nos cuenta como eso podria traer soluciones. take pkg ;01 ;08 0 ;16 0 ;37 1 ;12 1;42 asi es y para combatir este problema dicen que necesitan la ayuda de la gente pero que no se enfoquen en las prostitutas el pan diario de cada dia es ver prostitutas en las calles de oakland, y muchas de ellas son ninas como lo ha visto esta comerciante. anonima a mi un dia me toco aqui que vinieron a comprarle un vestido y ella no sabia nada, no mas callada y
in the oakland hills will be formerly charged as an adult today. prosecutors say 16-year-old christian burton was the triggerman behind the killing of 34-year-old quinn boyer. five other teens were also arrested and have been charged in juvenile court in connection with that killing. >>> temperatures are going to rise significantly. let's look at the forecast with christina loren. >> hey, martinez. a live look, we're in the 70s in livermore, san jose, 75 already in gilroy headed towards the 80s. we do have a comfortable day shaping up as high pressure builds in, drives winds offshore again. for us that brings about a significant warm-up. we'll be back in the 90s before you know it. in fact, before the weekend is over, we'll touch on the 80s and 90 degrees, the forecasted high. you want to hit the beach where it's the most comfortable, 62 in santa cruz, high 83 in firfield, concord and 82 in livermore. want to spend more time on the seven-day forecast. as you can see, we'll be in the 80s through sunday and 90s on monday. not cooling off all that much as we head through tuesday, staying warm at
years ago when she refused to buy ads. >> strange reviews came up, negative review autos and burton says today, she still is doing battle with yelp and can relate to haggerty. uc berkeley professor researched the impact of yelp on demand during peak hours. and his study found it does make a difference. >> went from three and a half stars to four stars you might go selling out 40% of the time to 60% of the time. >> according to yelp, 100 million people used the site last month and lawsuits accusing the company of extortion have all been dismissed. >> people trust the content. >> and he says the reviews show some people like ts restaurant smrks people don't but he thinks yelp is helping the business. i can tell you that high profile dispute with yelp is bringing the owner support. she's getting comments from around the country. >> hopefully, new business as well, a new string of door knock burglaries is being reported in the bay area. someone rings a doorbell or knocks. if you don't answer a team of burglars atestimonied to break into the home. there have been dozens reported in the area.
, negative review autos and burton says today, she still is doing battle with yelp and can relate to haggerty. uc berkeley professor researched the impact of yelp on demand during peak hours. and his study found it does make a difference. >> went from three and a half stars to four stars you might go selling out 40% of the time to 60% of the time. >> according to yelp, 100 million people used the site last month and lawsuits accusing the company of extortion have all been dismissed. >> people trust the content. >> and he says the reviews show some people like ts restaurant smrks people don't but he thinks yelp is helping the business. i can tell you that high profile dispute with yelp is bringing the owner support. she's getting comments from around the country. >> hopefully, new business as well, a new string of door knock burglaries is being reported in the bay area. someone rings a doorbell or knocks. if you don't answer a team of burglars atestimonied to break into the home. there have been dozens reported in the area. in san leandro two, victims were held captive as they ransacked the ho
for $299 looks like a pair of sunglasses. jennifer burton with s.a.elite. >> goes wirelessly. so it's going to record on, into the camera. plugged into a computer. >> but none out now have a rechip of google glass. >> so imagine google glasses not right away is going to have the ability to be a fob, a computer, a television. all wrapped in one. >> he says google glass will be enabling you to be free of your computer, mobile device and have access to the internet in front of your retina. >> there will be laws set up for how much time you can spend on wearable devices and getting access to this. >> canton says video will be stored by google in a cloud analyzed for likes and disclik likes. -- dislikes. he predicts a scene out of the 2002 tom cruise movie "minority report" will become reality. google glass users will have advertising tailored for them. jailly court is president of consumer watch dog. >> google should be able to have a virtual live stream of everything we see going into it's clouds so it can dissect the image autos consumer watch dog has been critical for google for what it cons
burton, raise your hand if you would, and i want to say that because he has donated just countless amounts of television time to promote this event and be a part of it and so we are very proud to serve in that community. and so we are around a tv anchor and a bunch of politicians that they talk so much that we have to switch interpreters and we have warn them out and thank you for being here. that is how bad it is, right? >> doctor rob stemp er is a renouned physicist and really is the thread that connects in so many ways, the history and the fundamentals and the core values of frank's mission with the new modern day advancements and discoveries of the new exporatorium. please welcome dr. rob semper. >> good morning, everyone. and welcome to the plaza, one of the wonderful things about the new exporatorium is that we have this wonderful outdoor space as well as in door space and would i like to think of us as an inside out museum and invite, and those that have come behind us outside of the plaza. >> when i first came in, 1977, i was privileged to join, a band of 35 people who alre
. pivothead retails for $299 looks like a pair of sunglasses. jennifer burton with s.a.elite. >> goes wirelessly. so it's going to record on, into the camera. plugged into a computer. >> but none out now have a rechip of google glass. >> so imagine google glasses not right away is going to have the ability to be a fob, computer, a television. all wrapped in one. >> he says google glass will be enabling you to be free of your computer, mobile device and have access to the internet in front of your retina. >> there will be laws set up for how much time you can spend on wearable devices and getting access to this. >> stored by google in a cloud analyzed for likes and disclik likes. -- dislikes. he predicts a scene out of the 2002 tom cruise movie "minority report" will be reality. google glass users will have advertising tailored for them. jailly court is president of consumer watch dog. >> google should be able to have a virtual live stream of everything we see going into it's clouds so it can dissect the image autos consumer watch dog has been critical for google for what it considers
year-old christian burton, as an adult for the murder of quinn boyer . back on april 2nd, shots rang out in the oakland hills of every off of killer aven keller avenue. ps say burton along with five other teenagers now custody were attempting to carjack boyer and when it refused to give up his car the main gunman opened fire. the victim died days later. >> and before ago here to pictures of the suspects. bart police have released a sketch of a suspect believed to be by the shooting death of a man and richmond station. the shooter was described as being in his early mid 20s about 6 ft. tall with a slender build, mean to dark complexion. berkeley is also released surveillance images of a woman or ride at the station with the suspect. she walked away right before the shooting, but in return after the victim was shot and took off with the suspect. she is described as about 5 ft. 6 in. tall with a slender build, leading to dark complexion and long hair. >> trash is piling up again in the east bay. thousands of people did not get the trash collected yesterday. and the same thing expects to
burton is a certified personal and executive coach. >> very important. >> author of "successful women think differently." >> ladies, nice to see you both. >> this is one of those things we try to manage. we figure that in a day we have kids and a job, et cetera, and you try to make your way through. >> it comes with the territory. >> in a way it does come with the territory. but one of the things i think that we don't do enough, is to step back and say what are the reasonable expectations that we have for ourselves and for the people who are asking things of us. because we jump right in. we think we're going to do everything at once and we're going to do it all 100%. >> it's not going to happen. >> yeah, i remember my little girl was very little and she was basically saying how come you're there or you're here and i go -- some things are urgent. and she looked at me and said, am i going to be urgent? >> how telling that is? >> you know, that's the question. what's going to be urgent for you? what really matters when you get to the end of your life, what really matters? one of the reas
be tried as adults. we're live in san jose, i'm damion trujillo. >>> and prosecutors say christian burton was the gunman on april 2nd when a group approached boyar with the intention of carjacking him. witnesses say he was shot in the head as the suspects tried to drive off. all six suspects are young, ranging in ages to up to 13. >>> and battling over a city's roar on protesters. >>> plus, high tech high in the air. the technology helping give the firefighters the upper hand in the fight against wildfires. >>> and why the lunch lady won't carry a gun on campus after all. >>> and today was day one of the warmup we have been expecting to arrive in the bay area. and still at this hour, in the upper 70s. concord, fairfield, clear skies for now. we'll see fog on the coast. but the seven-day forecast has even more warming heading our way. we'll look at that when we come right back. >>> in tonight's class action, clamoring to get in, a record number applied to the state's uc system, making it harder than decades to get in. there is a release of stats showing a drop of out of state students, uc
cameras were not allowed. he is being tried as an adult. burton faces special circumstances but not the death pebble because he is a juvenile -- death penalty because he is a juvenile. a 13-year-old boy was also charged bringing the total number of suspects in this case to six. >>> a man is in the hospital after a six hour stand off with police. daniel wheathley has been charged with making threats. police evacuated the apartment complex and placed a near by school on lock down. they say after more than six hours of on and off communication with wheatley, officers finally decided to move in. >> at that time when he saw the officers approaching, he surrendered to law enforcement. >> reporter: police say they searched wheatley's apartment and no bombs were found. >>> only on 2 tonight, a life saving transplant for a 5-year- old boy adopted from vietnam. we first brought you this story last month as ktvu's jana katsuyama reports, today's surgery was a rare exception and his family and doctors hope it will inspire others to help save more lives. >> reporter: for more than a year
right after a salesperson from yelp tried to sell me advertisement. and storeowner joanie burton told us this happened three years ago when she refused to buy ads. >> then all of a sudden some strange reviews came up, negative reviews. >> she said even today she's still doing battle with yelp and can relate. u.c. berkeley professor michael anderson researched the impact of yelp on restaurant demand during peak hours. his study found it does make a difference. >> we went from, say, 3.5 stars to 4 stars on yelp. you you might go from selling out maybe 40% of the time to selling out 60% of the time. >> according to yelp, 100 million people used the website last month alone and lawsuits accusing the san francisco-based company of extortion have all been dismissed. >> people trust the content. we would never do anything to jeopardize that trust. >> and he says that reviews show some people liked that restaurant and other people don't. he thinks yelp is actually helping the owner's business. she disagrees, but the dispute with yelp is certainly raising her profile. she's getting supportive e-m
that disappeared right after a salesperson from yelp tried to sell me advertisement. and store owner joanie burton told us this happened three years ago when she refused to buy ads. >> then all of a sudden some strange reviews came up, negative reviews. >> she said even today she's still doing battle with yelp and can relate. u.c. berkeley professor michael anderson researched the impact of yelp on restaurant demand during peak hours. his study found it does make a difference. >> we went from, say, 3.5 stars to 4 stars on yelp. you you might go from selling out maybe 40% of the time to selling out 60% of the time. >> according to yelp, 100 million people used the website last month alone and lawsuits accusing the san francisco-based company of extortion have all been dismissed. >> people trust the content. we would never do anything to jeopardize that trust. >> and he says that reviews show some people liked that restaurant and other people don't. he thinks yelp is actually helping the owner's business. she disagrees, but the dispute with yelp is certainly raising her profile. she's getting suppor
and more companies are bringing on the perks talking huge perks like snow maker burton closes the doors and tells workers to hit the slopes if it snows more than 2 feet in 2 hours. health insurance comparison web site they give you unlimited vacation days so does the investment firm morning star. they offer paid sabbatical to workers who work there for more than 3 years. they want to reward hard work. we work from home the day is blurred between the private and your work life as well. >> employers are starting to recognize that and adjust. >> this is an interesting one. according to a new study 1 in 5 college grads are way too casual in job interviews. they are texting in job interviews? >> taking phone calls dressing inappropriately using slang language. this isn't just here and there. hr executives say one in 5 workers have been known to do this on a job interview. the reason is simple. this is the generation that grew up in front of the computer. they grew up on social media. also they have been coddleed by their parents. there are stories of some parents showing up at job interviews
felt. >> television reporter paul burton was running in the race, 50 yards from when the explosion took place. >> it sounded like a cannon going off. the smoke ran straight up into the air and looked like it was coming from out of the building. we didn't know if it was going to keep going down the street. >> that is scary for a lot of people. they didn't know what was next if anything. >> sure. i'm sure the atmosphere there is still scary. do we know how long folks are supposed to stay in hotel rooms and homes before going outside? >> not exactly. people are urged to stay inside. you heard one of our bay area people talk about that. the bruins game was canceled. the night event after the race has been canceled. boston is chaotic tonight. >> a city on high alert. thank you. >>> coming up in a few minute, a bay area doctor talks about the unique injuries caused by a bomb. plus our kpix political analyst has been to many boston marathons and will join us later in the news cast. >>> parents of a teen that took her own life say they want answers and justice. 15-year-old awe drink pot committ
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